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      Registration Image Warping Used to Visually Express One's Emotions Electronically

    Techniques associated with image warping are used to enrich communication, by extrapolating people's faces.
    "Their software will allow people to use images of their own faces instead of the more traditional emoticons to communicate their mood. By automatically warping their facial features, people can use a photo to depict any one of a range of different animated emotional expressions, such as happy, sad, angry, or surprised."

      Posted by schestowitzon Friday, March 30 @ 07:08:36 BST (2590 reads)
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      Registration 3-D Segmented Brains Available from MGH

    The Internet Brain Segmentation Repository makes available 18 high-resolution brains scans with individually segmented structures. This data is highly valuable for evaluation of registration and segmentation algorithms.
      Posted by schestowitzon Sunday, May 01 @ 15:23:55 BST (2864 reads)
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